A poll of New York voters has found that people right across the political spectrum agree on one thing: Rep. George Santos should resign, reports Politico. A poll of Republicans, Democrats, and independents found that 66 percent of voters around the state believe the lawmaker in New York’s 3rd Congressional District should step down, according to the Siena College Research Institute Survey. The figure represents a 7 percent rise from last month’s tally of voters in the state saying he should go. Now 72 percent of Democrats, 63 percent of independents, and even 58 percent of Republicans want the GOP representative out.
“You don’t belong here.”
— Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Ut), greeting Rep. George Santos (R-NY) before the recent State of the Union address. To clear up any doubts about what he REALLY meant later, Romney added, “He should be sitting in the back row and staying quiet instead of parading in front of the president and people coming into the room.”
He’s proved a towering figure of mendacity,
With audacity and opacity, but not veracity.
George Santos is leavin’ ’em,
But should we believe him
That he won’t serve on committees in any capacity?